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    Talking DIY Claytor Clone w no net

    This is the last thing I am ever making, (teehee) but I made a Clone of my Claytor without a net. My clone is 10 feet six inces long, double bottomed, four feet wide made with black untreated ripsop nylon . It weighs 24 ounces and it has sides on it that are not as pulled in as my original. You can REALLY see out all around you in this hammock. That's one of the best features of the Claytor.
    Also made a set of skins for this one out of no see um and one for my claytor out of silnylon. This is fun hugh? Mule
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    Quote Originally Posted by skskinner View Post
    This is the last thing I am ever making, (teehee) but I made a Clone of my Claytor without a net. My clone is 10 feet six inces long, double bottomed, four feet wide made with black untreated ripsop nylon . It weighs 24 ounces and it has sides on it that are not as pulled in as my original. You can REALLY see out all around you in this hammock. That's one of the best features of the Claytor.
    Also made a set of skins for this one out of no see um and one for my claytor out of silnylon. This is fun hugh? Mule
    hey steve are you going to bring one to the campout this weekend neo
    the matrix has you

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    hey steve are you going to bring one to the campout this weekend neo
    yes i will, mule
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